Indo-Pacific Java Estate Kayumas Fresh 100% Arabica Coffee Beans
- Cupping Notes: baker's chocolate, syrupy, cedar
- Roast Body: Mild
- Roast Level: Medium
- Single Origin: Curah Tatal and Kayumas, Java
- Location: East Jave, Indonesia
- Harvest Period: May-September
- Milling Process: Washed, Sun Dried
- Aroma: Sweet vanilla aroma with dark chocolate and brown spice notes
- Flavor: Rich, intense and balanced flavor with slight earthy.
- Aftertaste: Sweet lingering and dry aftertaste.
- Acidity: Sweet mild acidity
- Body: Smooth medium to full body
Cupping Notes: Baker's Chocolate, Syrupy, Cedar; Score: 85.94
Our Indo-Pacific Java Estate Kayumas coffee originates from smallholder coffee farms in the villages of Curah Tatl and Kayumas in Eastern Java. This exquisite coffee displays a syrupy and heavy body, with deep notes of baker's chocolate and cedar without the overwhelming earthy undertones present among many Indonesian coffees. The result is a bold, heavy cup up front with a clean, complete lingering finish. Very good delivery, well balanced flavor, slight earthy, smooth body and sweet mild acidity with dark chocolate and brown spice notes
This single origin coffee is excellent and a staff and family favorite! Our coffees are chosen and established with great love and greater yet - consideration of origin, flavor profile and quality. All of these components help us to deliver consistent, exceptional coffee that easily become a favorite go-to coffee.
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This Java has a delicious chocolate flavor. The flavor is so pronounced. in every cup.
A nice coffee but not outstanding. Used light roast with deionized water in a fully automatic coffee machine for American coffee.
I use this for my cold brew and it is strong dark and very smooth.
It is also just as nice as pour over for a strong hit in the mornings
Further to the previous review by Jonathon for an all round everyday coffee the Peruvian Approcassi cannot be beaten med roast.
For ultimate snobbery I choose Ethiopian Yirgacheffe for the mornings for its sheer fruitiness and refreshing flavors light roast
Good Cup. Pungent and smokey, which I like, if dark roasted. Keep measure moderate.
New-ish to coffee but on a quest to find my favorite bean. I've been trying two at a time from Rhoads all Spring and and Summer, and for me Indo (in the medium/dark roast) is the best bean in the world so far. Here's how I use them:
-Primarily for cold brew AND iced coffee (there is a difference)
-It is still delicious for hot coffee, but I don't drink hot beverages often.
-The dark roast is good, but I think medium/dark is best.
-All of this should be interpreted through the fact that I greatly dislike fruity/floral coffees like the Tanzanian Peaberry. If you like fruity/floral, this may not be the bean for you. If you like earthy/chocolatey, I think you'll love this.
Other Rankings for Rhoads Coffees (all in my preferred medium/dark roast):
9.0: Peru Approcassi
8.0: Bolivian Organic
6.0: Honduras Marcala (getting too close to the fruity end of the spectrum for my preferecnes)
2.5: Tanzanian Peaberry (if you like fruity/floral, please disregard my ranking.....you will probably love the TPea).
These scores all reflect my preferred tastes, and the lower scores are not a reflection on Rhoads coffees. Again, if you are a fruity floral person, I'm sure Rhoads will suit you just fine :-)